September 2014 Issue
Cool. Hip. Rebels. Law?
Certainly the legal profession could never be convicted of hipsterism. But we’ve shown time and again—for six years now—that there are Legal Rebels among us. They are strivers, pushing change and rejecting the rule book to build careers, serve clients and improve access to justice.
This year we present nine highly qualified additions, rounding out our list to 100 Legal Rebels named by the Journal since 2009.
- Prisoner exonerations are at an all-time high, and it's not because of DNA testing
- Looking back on Zubulake, 10 years later
- Lawyer forms a national group to link food truck associations
- Some places are still off-limits for selfies
- California court decision lets retailers breathe easy
The National Pulse
- Do janitorial firms cash in by misclassifying workers as independent contractors?
- Federal medical-privacy law frustrates ID theft victims
Supreme Court Report
- ABA Publishing puts growing emphasis on legal books that interest general audiences
- Program will mobilize lawyers to help reduce VA claims processing backlog
Letters to the Editor
Business of Law
- Akerman takes time to find new ideas for client service
- Helping businesses keep employees safe from intimate partner violence on the job
- Matchmaking website connects plaintiffs to litigation funding, but is that ethical?
- A lawyer's value, hour by hour
- Investors sharpen focus on legal services